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Seagull Looks Completely Normal, But His Little Legs Can’t Stop Dancing

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We all know that feeling when our favorite song comes on.

A soon as we hear that unmistakably catchy rhythm, we just can’t help but move our bodies.

Whether we toe-tap or start to swing our hips seductively, every spontaneous dance is a little different.

Even animals find themselves in bouts of sudden swaying, just like this talented pooch.

Though some may think that they don’t comprehend rhythm, they can actually enjoy a good tune just as much as humans, just like the little bird down below.

The clip opens on the seagull standing in the grass, acting pretty normally and staring straight ahead. Then, he suddenly begins to pump his feet so fast, it looks like they’re moving at light speed.

Why is he moving around like that? Is it a nervous tick or a defense mechanism, perhaps? What he’s actually doing is breaking it down to a nearby song the only way he knows how.

In the distance, a car can be heard, blaring a loud radio beat for all outside to hear. The silly seagull clearly likes what he’s hearing — he’s stomping along to his new favorite song!

Everyone who knows the hypnotic power of a good tune can sympathize with the gull and his spindly legs.

Check him out down below, and don’t forget to SHARE with friends and family on Facebook.

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